Los Organos is located on the island of La Gomera, one of Spain’s Canary Islands in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Africa.
The beautifully formed rock formations Los Organos are considered to be one of the most beautiful basalt formations in the Canary Islands. The slender cliffs rise up out of the sea to a height of 800 meters and a width of 200m.
The pillars, which look very similar to organ pipes, are the remains of vast lava masses of a once powerful volcano. As the lava cooled down it crystallized into these hexagonal-looking pillars. Over time, erosion exposed the rocks, forming them into a natural work of art. Because the cliffs drop steeply into the sea, the only way to see Los Organos in all their might is by taking a boat tour.
Even though the Atlantic often shows its rougher side on the north coast, with waves swirling around the pillars, this boat tour is one of the most popular in La Gomera.
During the trip to the impressive cliff, the boat passes by imposing valleys and coastal regions, small towns, and bays. There is also a good chance of seeing whales and dolphins en route.
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